If you could turn any room or building in the world into your writing studio, what would you choose and why?
I would renovate a barn and use it as a writing studio. I was a city girl through and through until we moved to a more rural area four years ago--actually according to the locals we live in 'the city' because we have sidewalks--being able to see the horizon marred only by the occasional church steeple continues to startle me, between the nature preserve a few miles away and the reservoir a block away we wake every morning to the songbirds and sometimes I could swear we have our own arboretum. All of this has drawn me to nature in a way that I never experienced before and makes me want to go rural all the way--a farmhouse, a studio in the barn, and nature as far as the eye can see. (The setting is still New England, but while we're at and since we're dreaming the winters would be spent in a Key West cottage--a little studio in the garden shed would do just fine, thank you.)
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